The Argolic plain and the Lion Gate in Mycenae.

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Creator

WORDSWORTH, Christopher

Title

The Argolic plain and the Lion Gate in Mycenae.

Alternative Title

Plain of Argos, from the Gate of Lions.

Date

1882

Bibliographic Citation

WORDSWORTH, Christopher. Greece pictorial, descriptive, & historical by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Lord Bishop of Lincoln, with numerous Engravings illustrative of the Scenery, Architecture, Costume, and Fine Arts of that Country and a History of the Characteristics of Greek Art by George Schraf, F.S.A. Director, Keeper, and Secretary of the National Portrait Gallery. A New Edition revised. With Notices of recent Discoveries by H.F. Tozer, M.A. Fellow and Tutor of Exeter College, Oxford, Author of the “Highlands of Turkey”, “Lectures on the Geography of Greece”, London, John Murray, 1882.

Identifier

wordsworth_mycenae_1

Table Of Contents

427

Spatial Coverage

Mycenae

Peloponnese

Greece

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WORDSWORTH, Christopher, “The Argolic plain and the Lion Gate in Mycenae.,” travelogues, accessed February 22, 2024, http://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/47983.